Galaxy.com Launches Web’s Most Powerful Telescope

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TeleScope™ technology enables visitors to have a “closer look” at potential websites of interest without leaving the Galaxy website.

Galaxy.com, the Web's pioneer in directory search and browse, today announced that they have extended their core TeleScope™ preview functionality to their Web directory service, enabling users to preview a high-quality snapshot image of sites directly on the Galaxy generated results page.

"With the integration of the TeleScope™ preview technology to the Galaxy Directory, we have eliminated the cumbersome task of clicking through to each listing in order to determine if a site is of interest," said Matt Fordham, CEO of LOGIKA Corporation. "By simply rolling their mouse over a small TeleScope™ icon next to each site’s listing, our end users can have a “closer look” at what a site looks like without having to bounce back and forth between the Galaxy results page and the site itself," added Mr. Fordham.

“In today’s work environment, filled with more and more responsibilities, and less and less time available to accomplish them, the more time we can free up for other tasks the better. The Galaxy TeleScope™ preview tool significantly reduces the time and effort required for people to find relevant content on the Web, and if this helps free up time for other tasks, then we’ve accomplished our goal,” said Fordham.

To take a closer look at what our TeleScope™ technology can do for you, launch your browser and visit us at http://www.galaxy.com.

About Galaxy

Only Galaxy.com, the Internet’s first searchable directory, utilizes a team of skilled Internet Librarians® to scour the Web, locating and categorizing quality content for placement in their applicable categories, resulting in a large breadth of topics and an impressive depth of content within the directory. Employing this process, Galaxy.com, has grown to one of the Web’s largest directories, containing nearly 2,000,000 listings across nearly 700,000 categories.

In January 2006, Galaxy further extended the functionality of its Web directory service by introducing free online classifieds, a logical extension of their existing directory technology, resulting in the introduction of the Web's most comprehensive online marketplace.

Galaxy’s online marketplace has empowered users with simple and intuitive tools that make it easier than ever before to buy or sell goods and services online, find a job, a house, that special someone, or just share information with users of common interest. The Galaxy Classifieds offer 10 targeted areas for listings, including items for sale, services, real estate, personals, projects / engagements, resumes, help wanted, community information, and general discussion, all of which are free to post unlike similar services which may charge a fee under certain categories.

In total, postings are available in over 300 geographic regions and over 350 categories, resulting in over 110,000 browse and search options. Despite this robustness sellers can post their items for sale in as little as 3 easy steps. Further, there’s no need to hassle with continually reposting an item, as listings will remain active for up to 60 days.

About LOGIKA Corporation

LOGIKA Corporation, a Chicago-based leader in next generation Internet search solutions, provides today’s most innovative search tool kit available for license and use on the Web. Products powered by LOGIKA enable Web sites to better attract and retain the traffic they need to succeed. LOGIKA’s suite of products includes FusionBot.com, for building single site and custom vertical search solutions; Galaxy.com, the Internet’s first searchable directory and classifieds portal; and Namedroppers.com, the Web’s premier domain name search and suggestion engine.

To learn more about LOGIKA Corporation, visit their site at http://www.logika.net or call John Sortino, Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Planning at 773.529.3482, extension 227.

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